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Residential neighborhood
Central A/C
Full kitchen
Educational program
Experienced with children with special needs
Financial subsidies available
Government accreditation (license)
References available upon request
Services available at night
Services available in English
Services available in Spanish
Services available on weekends
Services available part-time
Temporary care available
Children cared for 6
Number of employees 1
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Victoria's Daycare

Family / home daycare

Not available,
Pekin, 61554
Illinois, USA
Email: not available
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To facilitate greater understanding between us I have created this handbook. In order to make our relationship as enjoyable as possible, the following pages contain mutually beneficial requirements, which are necessary to ensure that there are no misunderstandings between either party. The words "I" or "me" or "my" refers to the childcare provider. The word "you" or "your" refers to the child's parents or guardian.
Please read this handbook thoroughly, as it covers very important policies and procedures that not only govern our childcare contract agreement, but also pertain to the care of your child. There may seem to be a lot of information, if you have any questions regarding my policies, please do not hesitate to ask. We will go over this book during your interview, but this copy is for you to reference back to. There will be a yearly revision to this handbook and the accompanying contract. All families will sign a new contract each year. I reserve the right to make changes to the policies and procedures, as I deem necessary. You will be notified, in writing, of any changes that may occur.
Please feel free to discuss with me any questions that you may have.

Communication is very important to me. When I accept a new family into my business, I like to be sure that we can share openly any concerns or questions that may arise. It is important that there is a similar childcare philosophy between us. I welcome questions, feedback, or discussions of any kind that are oriented towards a positive outcome for the child (ren). Sensitive issues will be discussed in private outside of regular childcare hours either by telephone or conference.
Conferences will not be scheduled as a routine part of your child's care; however, should you like to have a conference, you may request one at any time.
Parents of infants will receive a daily note. Some typical things you may find on this paper would be feedings, diaper changes, schedule, temperament, and things to remember.
Parents of toddlers and preschoolers will also receive a daily note. Some typical things you may find on this paper would be things to remember, rest schedule, activities, temperament, and meals.
You are encouraged to call me at any time between the hours of 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. If you call during the day, please be aware that I may be busy with the children and may not be able to answer the phone. If you would leave a message on my voice mail, I will call you back as soon as possible. I am looking forward to a terrific relationship with you and your child!

 Daily Schedule

Young children enjoy a structured schedule that allows for flexibility. With a number of infants in care a schedule can be difficult. We will do our best to adhere to a fairly regular schedule where feedings and naps are concerned. However, small children will be fed and will nap when they’re hungry and tired.

Throughout the day your child will be doing many different activities that are age appropriate. Below is an example of one day here at Daycare. Please keep in mind that times and activities may change according to the needs of the children. This is only a sample schedule, and we are always open to flexibility. As a daycare provider, I always make sure that the needs of your child come first!
Children arrive. Breakfast served to children present. Children will wash hands before and after breakfast. (Children who arrive after this time will eat at home before arrival).
Children’s choice of activities (books, puzzles, blocks, dolls, dramatic play, etc.). Children will help clean up after play time.
Planned activity. This might include music, dance, exercise, art, math, science, or cooking activities, and/or story time. Outdoor play or a walk may also be during this time (weather permitting).
Free play (outdoor play will also be during this time--weather permitting).
Family-style lunch and conversation. Children will wash hands before and after lunch. Free play will follow lunch, and music or a story will be provided to prepare children for rest time.
Rest time. All children (except infants) will rest quietly for at least one hour. Children who do not sleep and those that wake before 2:45 may play quietly until all others are awake.
Afternoon snack. Children will wash hands before and after snack.
Active indoor or outdoor play (may extend to closing time in nice weather). If inclement weather does not allow for outdoor play, children may choose an indoor activity, or we may have a special activity.
Group story time or singing (non-disruptive play for those who do not wish to participate in the group).
Free play; housekeeping; prepare to go home

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